Having an ice-cream flavor named in your honor is considered one of America’s greatest accolades, alongside winning a Tony Award for Best Use of Laser Pointer in a Musical. Fill ice-cream chambers with famous flavors with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of famous frozen treats at Ben & Jerry’s. Choose from the following locations:
Groupons are only valid at the location they are purchased for.
Ben & Jerry’s shops offer a variety of frozen concoctions, from milkshakes, coffee drinks, and smoothies to waffle-cone sundaes and brownie and cookie sundaes featuring baked goods from David’s Cookies. Brandish a spoon or pocket-size hydraulic excavator to plum the cuddly depths of Ben & Jerry’s famous original flavors, such as Cherry Garcia, Imagine Whirled Peace, Triple Caramel Chunk, Chunky Monkey, Cheesecake Brownie, Milk & Cookies, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Crème Brûlée, New York Super Fudge Chunk, and more. Calm petite sugar desires with a small scoop speckled with color sprinkles and walnuts, or sate grander cravings with a large scoop bedecked in peanut butter cups, gummi bears, or hot fudge glaze. Cup-bound ice-cream shakes keep customers cool sans mess as they drive, work, or run a marathon. Otherwise, Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream cakes provide indulgent frozen treats to celebrate birthdays, graduations, or volcanic eruptions.
While prices vary from location to location, ice-cream scoops generally cost less than $5 and toppings cost about $0.50 apiece.
Ben & Jerry's
Ben & Jerry's came from humble beginnings—in 1978, its eponymous founders served ice cream out of a renovated Burlington gas station, and delivered pints of their now-classic flavors to grocery stores out of the back of Ben's VW Squareback wagon. Today, its myriad shops dispense cups, cones, shakes, and smoothies brimming with a variety of quirky flavors, including Phish Food and Cherry Garcia, named for famous revolutionary Cherry Garcia. The duo is also famous for their social responsibility, which is evident in their community activism and in their use of fair-trade products, such as cage-free eggs and sustainable, growth-hormone-free dairy.